Oakley Sunglasses “The Program”

Oakley Sunglasses takes great pride in offering the highest quality products at a direct rate for military and other government personnel.  The program is for active duty military, reserve, federal and local law enforcement, fire, EMS and those holding military retiree credentials including Army Bass Anglers. We have developed a strong program over the past 20 years and we want to ensure that the integrity of the program is held high.

Oakley understands the extreme demands and environments our government customers will encounter so Oakley has made an entire line dedicated to meet these needs.

Oakley is proud to deliver a product of superb comfort, functionality and cutting edge technology to our government customers.

How to Participate in this Exclusive Government Program
We do want to remind you that participating in this program is a privilege and there are guidelines that must be followed. Please note that as a buyer in this program, you must enter into an agreement between Oakley and you, the Buyer. Once accepted, you the Buyer shall not sell Oakley product to any individual, department, team or unit for a profit. At no time should Oakley products be sold or diverted for resale in any environment whatsoever-including but not limited to Internet, swap meets or flea markets etc. A new sales agreement will need to be submitted with the Buyers first order of every calendar year.

After completing the online registration and uploading or faxing your ID you will be sent an approval in 1-2 business days or less and then you may place your order. You cannot place an order until you have been approved. You will be sent an email confirming you are approved once we have reviewed your ID. Your ID approval is valid for one year for purchases. Your account is authorized for your use only; it is not transferrable to any other individual.  REGISTER HERE

About Oakley

In 1975, a technology company looked at a product and saw an opportunity. The result was an innovation, a motocross handgrip with a unique orbicular design. The company was Oakley. It began a legacy of seeking out problems and solving them in ways that redefine product categories. This discipline requires an unyielding drive to defy convention and invent a better solution. It is based on three fundamentals: Find opportunity. Solve with technology. Wrap in art.

Oakley Government Sales has been selling Oakley to the military for over 20 years. Over time, Oakley’s military line has transformed from a few models to a highly specialized division within Oakley.

Today that same passion generates product prototypes in SLA liquid laser tanks. It sculpts in the virtual world of CAD/CAM engineering and renders innovations with 3-D digital mastering. New generations of products are constantly developed at Oakley’s California research and production facility.

Oakley’s partnership with the U.S. Armed Forces began in the 1980′s. The alliance was formed to develop new technologies that improve the safety, performance and comfort of our soldiers. This initiative in research and development continues to produce combat ready equipment for those whose lives depend on their gear. From the billions spent each year on defense, these are just a few of the dividends.

The SI Line (Standard Issue), is designed exclusively for government customers. It is not available in retail stores. The Government Sales office is a division of Oakley’s main office in Foothill Ranch, California.

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